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Bright Office joins ASTL

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  • 18/07/2017
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Bright Office joins ASTL
Software provider Bright Office has joined the Association of Short Term Lenders (ASTL).

Founded in 2004, the company provides customer relationship management cloud-based software solutions.

Its Broker Lender CRM solution for the lending sector assists in the sales process and referrer network management, as well as flexible payment structures, auto-statement creation and crowd funding and investor functionality.

Benson Hersch (pictured), chief executive of the ASTL, said: “Bright Office’s associate membership will once again add to the diversity of the ASTL, and we trust that it will support the association as it continues to raise the standards in the short term lending market.”

Michael Fairhurst, sales director at Bright Office, added: “We were invited to apply to become an associate member by an existing lender member who we worked with at the end of last year.

“Our associate membership will not only give us the chance to share and broaden our knowledge and learn and share best practices, but will also enhance our network as we engage in more conversations with other industry experts.”

Membership of the ASTL has almost doubled in the last five years.

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